Boomkat Product Review:
For the first time ever, Jamal Moss introduces his own vocals and reckless higher tempos to the slaying traxx of Acid Taken Over, a spanking heavy double pack of aces drawn from his Acid Attacks  tape release.
If you’re paying attention, the inclusion of vocals and jit or ghettobass-compatible speeds should be sounding the biggest sirens with anyone who’s followed Jamal’s output over the years, as they should well know he’s pretty much never touched either aspect previously in his work (or to the very best of our knowledge, and the knowledge of other committed Moss fans!). And, as they’re all cut at 45rpm, there’s myriad options for DJ permutations.
On the first disc he serves the absolute belter Acid Attacks, a sterling play on Phuture’s Acid Tracks, arriving some 30 years later loaded with Jamal’s own vox sampled and chopped, classic Chi-style, into a washing machine tumble of drum machine and 303 patterns with hypnotic intent and effect. More of this, pleeeeeze!
The rest of the set comes from the tape and features some of his strongest power jacks, bar none, from the wormholing dynamics of The Doors Of Perception to the warehouse bending chromatic warper, The Teachings of Don Juan before properly stepping on the gas for the free-glyding hyperspeed scud and scuzz of Crome Yellow, the brain-melting gliss of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, and the gut-socking breakbeat/freestyle madness of The Perennial Philosophy.
If you think you’ve heard Jamal do it all before, you’d best think again!